Question about Heating & Cooling
I have a Coleman roof top air conditioner model 7300. When the unit is running it is drawing 9 amps and when I put on a light in the unit the air conditioner kicks off. I have to wait a few min., put the light off and the air conditioner will restart and run fine. Supply voltage is 117 volts
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When they sit allot - sometimes the fan will stick.. Take the cover off,, turn it on and see if the fan is stuck.. Spin it by hand to free it up..
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
Re: re-directing the water dripping over door ! Stop at RV parts store
and get yourself a tube of "Dicor" self leveling sealant. It's
recommended for rubber roofs, but works well on most roof surfaces.
Then I simply run a 3/8" bead of "Dicor" across wherever the run-off from AC is coming down, and re-direct it so the run-off comes off roof elsewhere. Don't try to smooth it out or anything, as I said, it is self leveling, just use a caulking gun, lay a bead about 3/8" and allow it to set for a few hours if you can. Make sure you pick a time where AC is off for a couple hours so (run-off) water isn't present. You"ll see the path (stain) on roof where it travels to guide you for redirecting. It's a simple fix, and no screws or nails required. Use the rest of the Dicor to fill in any gaps, cracks etc you see on sealant on the roof while your up there, but clean those before applying. If you can wipe your intended path down with some mild cleaner prior to applying bead, it will help it stick better as well. Even a little dish soap in water will do, just be careful, it gets pretty slippery when soap on there. Quick rinse with water then dry with rag, or let the sun dry it. Actually on a rubber roof, It should be scrubbed with mild detergent at least once a season anyway.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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